As Marketing Manager at NEWTRON, my goal is to help customers and markets experience out products through new and creative concepts. My passion lies in organizing trade fairs and events and making sure that the website and all external communication run smoothly. I write about exciting events and fairs from our target markets, all through the perspective of the SupplyOn subsidiary NEWTRON.
I’m responsible for online marketing at SupplyOn and I thus care, among other things, for the further development of this blog. As I have more of a broader industry focus, I blog about relevant trends, exciting topics from our target markets and anything which helps to establish true collaboration.
Enterprise Architect Cloud
Till end of October 2017, Dr. Annegret Kampe worked as an Enterprise Architect Cloud at SupplyOn.
Manager Consulting Aerospace
As Manager Consulting, I am committed to provide the very best service possible to our existing aerospace customer base. Our customers should not just get good support with their existing projects. Our goal is to also support them with excellent assistance for the new challenges which they face, in order to get the problems resolved. In addition to using social media with state-of-the-art communications technology, I put emphasis on maintaining personal relationships with my business partners – during trade fairs, meetings with customers and visits to their company locations. In my blog, I focus primarily on aerospace trade fairs and meetings with customers.
Consultant Supply Chain Management AirSupply
For me, AirSupply consulting means more than just implementing our solutions in companies in the aerospace and defense industries. It’s also about dissecting customers’ processes and optimizing them as well as adapting and configuring our software as best we can to provide them with as much benefit as possible. I am also a guest lecturer in Purchasing and Procurement Management at the University of Rennes in France and will be blogging primarily about the interesting discussions with my students, as well as my lectures.
President, TrustWeaver AB
Christiaan is a recognized voice on e-business strategy, legal, policy, best practice and commercial issues. Over the past 20 years he has presented at and authored several key papers for high-level international meetings at the OECD, European institutions, the Asia-Europe Meeting, the World Trade Organization and several other UN Agencies. Prior to co-founding TrustWeaver, he served as Deputy Director of Policy and Business Practices at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). He was elected a World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Leader for Tomorrow in 2000 and serves as Vice Chair of the ICC Digital Economy Commission. Christiaan co-founded and after a year as Chair now serves as Board member of Digital Trust and Compliance Europe (DTCE). He is a member of the Executive Committee and Chair of the Public Policy Working Group of the European E-Invoicing Service Providers’ Association (EESPA). Dutch and French nationality. Law degree from the Erasmus University in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Director Product Management & Development Aerospace
Our products help optimize collaboration between our customers and their supply chain. The exchange with our customers continuously yields new and thought-provoking ideas and approaches on how to further develop collaboration to create a win-win situation for both customers and suppliers. My objective is to integrate these ideas into our portfolio for the aerospace industry and to turn these into interesting business cases – this is what I will be writing about in the SupplyOn blog.
Manager Industry 4.0
It’s exciting to live in the digital age. We will see a lot of new developments which will drive new business models. I’m interested in the fields of Industry 4.0, Smart Factory und Smart Logistics and in my blogs, I try to bring some light in the big space of new solutions and trends in this fields.
As I am responsible for external communication at SupplyOn, I really don’t have a specific thematic focus and therefore blog about a variety of subjects such as: impressions gained at trade shows and conferences, recent studies, exciting use cases, news from our target industries – and any other interesting information I may come across for our SupplyOn blog readers.
CEO SupplyOn North America
I have over 20 years of hands-on experience in supply chain operations, in which I have supported over 20,000 e-commerce partners and 200+ major manufacturers.
Manager Product Development – Purchasing & Portal
My team and I are responsible for designing and implementing purchasing and portal solutions on the SupplyOn platform. Our mission is to help our customers significantly reduce their process costs for supplier collaboration with our solutions, in addition to enhancing the quality of their processes. I will be writing about our customers’ requirements and the generated benefits.
In my role as PreSales Manager, I am responsible for consulting new customers and the identification of development potentials of our prospects in the automotive and manufacturing sector.
Through my former function as Consultant and Project Leader in the company for 4 years I know the processes and challenges of the branch and support customers and colleagues in terms of processes and requirements of the solutions offered by SupplyOn.
Manager Supply Chain Consulting
My team and I provide end-to-end support to our clients in analyzing and optimizing their supply chains – from their tier-n suppliers via their own company to their customers. I’m passionate about innovative solutions that improve quality and efficiency of supply chain processes and thus reduce costs, inventory and cycle times and increase process quality. In my blog, I focus on current trends and possible solutions in supply chain solutions.
As PreSales Manager Aerospace, it is my objective to first understand a customer’s requirements regarding SCM and SRM and then initiate solutions using the SupplyOn supplier portal, providing both the buyside company and its suppliers with real added value. I therefore concentrate my blog on current trend topics surrounding the inbound supply chain and how these can be supported by our portal.
Solution Owner Supplier and Quality Management
Since 2012, I have been responsible for our supplier quality solutions at SupplyOn. In the years leading up to my current position, I myself worked in the field of supplier quality. At SupplyOn, this acquired practice has provided me with insights valuable in designing and optimizing our solutions. My focus is on quality (APQP, PPAP, complaints) and supplier management (certification, audit management, supplier evaluation, action tracking).
Till the end of October 2017, Marina Leiwesmeier worked at SupplyOn as Solution Owner Purchasing Indirect Materials.
“My friend, all theory is gray, and green the golden tree of life” (Goethe’s Faust) – this is the creed I want to follow. What is more natural than talking shop now and then? After all, I bear customer responsibility for a number of Tier 1 automotive suppliers, and there are certainly a few tales to tell from the numerous customer projects we handle in our team of six consultants…
Senior Consultant, Transport Management
My focus is on the link between material procurement and transport-related processes and systems. As a team consisting of suppliers, forwarders and customers, it is our purpose to shed a bright light on the world of transportation – for material and transport logistics providers as well as for controlling.
There is a quote by the German novelist Erich Kästner which translates as: “There is no good except, if it is done”. This is also my motto as Sales Manager for New Business at SupplyOn.
I’ve been in software sales for over seven years now, in which I have introduced numerous impulses to improve purchasing processes with the deals I won. I strive to provide the same impetus in this blog as well.
Product Manager SCM
There is one thing we can rely on in this world: Change. Particularly the areas of digitalization, mobile devices and communication offer entirely new opportunities and business models within the supply chain. As Product Manager at SupplyOn, it is my job to embrace these new trends and to continually advance our products with these future trends in mind – and, above all, to involve the people who actually work with our systems. In my blog, I’d like to show you how you can take advantage of these opportunities.
Product Manager SCM Aero
After various projects in EDI consulting, my journey has now led me into the field of product development. I now design parts of our AirSupply solution and support our customers in mapping their processes with us. I enjoy blogging my experience in supplier integration as well as other topics related to our Aerospace SCM platform.
I assist our customers in optimally mapping their business processes with SupplyOn. I will mainly be blogging about various ways of networking customers, suppliers and partners. My focal topics are process automation, integration, communication and collaboration, from a practical, technical and process-oriented point of view.
I have been working in software sales for more than 20 years, and aerospace has always been a key focus. Complexity, globalization, the management of complex networks as well as the ever-increasing demands for greater efficiency and flexibility on all process levels are still huge challenges for this industry. It is therefore my goal to promote the digitalization of the supply chain in the aerospace industry.
What are the main characteristics of the automotive industry? In addition to the capacity for innovation and the high market value of the products involved, the processes employed are often used as the benchmark for the manufacturing industry and as a shining example for other industries. I find that fascinating and I see it as my job to promote this kind of process excellence. In my posts, I try to cover the potential behind cross-company collaboration beyond phone calls, faxes, and e-mails. With well over 20 years’ experience in the automotive and IT industries, I’ve got plenty to share with you.
Till December 2016, Werner Busenius was Director Sales & Marketing at SupplyOn.
As Director Sales, it is my objective to grow supply chain digitization in the manufacturing industry. Industry-wide, companies are facing ever growing needs for more efficiency and more flexibility while managing increasing complexity in their global networks at the same time. I therefore concentrate my blog on relevant SCM trends, challenges and innovative solutions.